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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words, lacking English entries in the English Wiktionary as of the most recent database dump, found in the 2009-09-09 issue of the Toronto Star (2009-09-09).

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7897 tokens ‧ 5784 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 1944 types ‧ 23 (~ 1.183%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. callover
    • 2009, Dave Perkins, Captain Norman had meagre crop to choose from for Internationals[1]:
      Norman made one very good call by naming 17-year-old Japanese rising star Ryo Ishikawa, who was 20th in the callover at the end of the PGA Championship, but has won two of his past four events.
  2. jigfest
    • 2009, Ivy Knight, newfoundlander's dictionary[2]:
      Waking up is hard to do after a Screech-in and a jigfest, but we do eventually and head out to Atlantica where the chefs hit the kitchen to start prepping for tonight's menu.
  3. pharmacare
    • 2009, Carol Goar, Quebec shows the way on poverty[3]:
      They include a universal $7-a-day child-care program, a pharmacare program, a generous parental leave program, a refundable tax credit for working parents and a growing stock of affordable housing.
  4. pivnice
    • 2009, Rosie DiManno, A student of Prague's lager rhythms[4]:
      After that, we don't really remember much, except there was one bar called Hockey and a jazz club featuring gypsy new wave music and a narrow back-street pivnice, where we got our second wind.
  5. toutons
    • 2009, Ivy Knight, newfoundlander's dictionary[5]:
      After a breakfast at the Beachy Cove Café that includes fried bologna and toutons (fried bread dough), I try to remember something Vokey said at the Screech-in.